It will be still under 35p by time new isa year starts and whether you buy more or sell that's entirely up to you .your decision totally but i would defo say .look around at other companies first THEN decide where you wanna put ya money.
The market is saying that it won't take too long for Hart to **** away this money so why take the chance and invest in the possibility that he won't
Most institutions realized this, sold down their holdings in the high 30's and low 40's and simply moved on
Very little volume here these days says it all really
The most annoying thing is that for current holders trying to trade their way out of this mess the lack of any substantial volidaty makes it virtually impossible to average down unless your banging in and out a big wedge
Will these up and coming drills make a difference?
Nope. Bowlevens day as been and gone. We're just not prepared to admit it yet
I majored in psychology and I'm pretty sure that Chris2 holds stock in Bowleven. What he doesn't like is excessive confidence in the outcome because he is very nervous about losing his shirt, perhaps he has already lost it. I believe he holds Bowleven shares and I also believe that he will strongly deny it.
The proof is in the share price. Now what will it be by Easter? 60p? £1? Cant wait until money is in the bank. Must buy some more at these levels This will fly. Oh no silly me. No one would be stupid enough to keep writing the same old things day after day after day after.......... Would they????
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